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All options of an any element XXX are available from your program by Options[XXX] or AbsoluteOptions[XXX]. To change any options you can use SetOptions[XXX, OptionName->OptionValue] Unfortunately not all options has clear explanation in Mathematica help system..


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Yes, it is possible: The idea is to look at the underlying cell expressions in the documentation for those string property tables. As I said already in my comment above, basically we have two different situations here: the trend since Mathematica V6 that many options are not symbols any more but rather strings. function arguments, that are given ...


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Here's something to get you started. It opens the documentation notebook and looks for a table row containing the appropriate string. I haven't tested it thoroughly so there are sure to be problems: findInDocs[s_Symbol, p_String] := fID[ToString[s], "\"" <> p <> "\""] findInDocs[s_Symbol, p_Symbol] := fID[ToString[s], ButtonBox[ToString@p, __]] ...


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From what I've read here on MSE, it is not possible to create a default WindowSize for new notebooks. To cope with this efficiently, I've created the following palette which others might find handy as well. The result looks like this: And the full code is: (* Screen sizing buttons *) fullscreen = Button[Text[Style["Full Screen", Small, FontFamily ...


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I reported a problem with Opener and Appearance option, this is the reply: [CASE:2678632] Feedback [...] There is an 'Appearance' issue on the Windows platform and it has been reported already. [...] So I believe it is a subject to change. As a temp. replacement: opF = Opener@False~Rasterize~(ImageSize -> 12); opT = ...


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The dialog presented by the File > Print Settings... menu allows each of the four page margins, left, right, bottom, and top to be given individual values.



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